Bridgestone is reflecting on a supremely successful title sponsorship of its Bridgestone Challenge golf event in Oxfordshire, where the company was brought to life in style to leave a memorable impression across the sport.
Andrew ‘Beef’ Johnston enjoyed a return to his professional roots by supporting the Jamega Pro Golf Tour event at Enfield, North London on August 21.
The 27-year-old Londoner, who achieved his first victory on the European Tour at the Open de Espana in April, shot three under par to tie for third in the Pro-Am contest on a course he has played numerous times as an amateur.
A talented amateur golfer from Derbyshire has prevailed over scores of seasoned professionals – and a testing Redditch golf course – to secure a spot at the Bridgestone Challenge at Heythrop Park, where he now hopes to make his big breakthrough.
Marcus Fraser has double reason to celebrate Malaysia win
Mar 2nd 2016
Australian golfer Marcus Fraser had barely finished celebrating his recent Maybank Championship win when he was given another reason to raise a glass, a new clothing sponsorship with Barrington Ayre Bespoke Golf.
BlackStar Golf is delighted to announce the signing of Jimmy Mullen who makes his professional debut at the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship this week, October 1-4, 2015.
Jimmy, 21 recently won all four of his matches at the Walker Cup at Royal Lytham & St Annes Golf Club. In doing so he became only the fourth player from Great Britain and Ireland to achieve the feat and the first since Luke Donald and Paul Casey in 1999.
American golfer Kevin Flack became the first amateur to win a Jamega Pro Golf Tour event with a three-shot victory at Aston Wood on September 21-22.
Flack, 25, from Rockford, Illinois, led from start to finish in the West Midlands, posting rounds of 69 and 67 to finish six under par and prove his form ahead of attempted qualifying for the European Tour next month.
It took Laurie Canter just one hole on the final morning of an extended Jamega Tour Pro Golf Tour event at The Players Club in Gloucestershire to wrap up victory, but it was the 38 that preceded it the day before where the drama lay.
As professional golf swan song’s go, few can be more impressive than Jack Cardy’s performance on the Jamega Pro Golf Tour at Luton Hoo on August 10-11.
The Suffolk ace, 23, called time on his short-lived professional career by breaking the course record with an opening nine under par 64 before a second round 68 secured a remarkable 14 under total of 132 and his first Jamega Tour win.
Single Figure Golfer (SFG), Jamega Pro Golf Tour (Jamega) and Tournament Golf College (TGC) have announced plans to support junior golfers and TGC students in their quest to build professional careers in the golf. All under 18s and current TGC students can now enter any SFG Tour event in 2015 for £60 - less than half the normal entry fee via the SFG website.
Ollie’s European adventure gathers pace with Bridgestone tyre partnership
February 24, 2015
As the world’s largest tyre manufacturer, Bridgestone knows a thing or two about driving further, which is why it has opted to sponsor one of the game’s most exciting young golfers in his breakthrough professional season.
Bridgestone will be partnering with Worcester’s Oliver Farr....
Having reached a career-high world ranking of 51st in February 2013, European Tour ace Marcus Fraser was plagued by a persistent wrist injury. By the start of 2014, he finally submitted to surgery and after considerable rehabilitation returned in November 2014 at the Hong Kong Open.